Nintendo dropped an unexpected bombshell at E3 2019 when they announced the direct sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild. No one was really expecting a second main entry Zelda title, much ...
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Bethesda is giving away a Sega Dreamcast that can play Rage 2. You read that correctly.
Players hoping to try out Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s public testing will have to wait a little longer.
Sonic The Hedgehog is making his way to the big screen in his first live-action movie ever with director Jeff Flower at the helm. Yet, from the perspective of a fan who's adored the franchise since he...
There’s been a lot of talk about difficulty settings in video games recently. While From Software’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the subject of the conversation this time around, this is a pretty old ...
Spoiling Avengers: Endgame is pretty egregious on any platform, but it could get your account suspended in League of Legends.
Sony is finally allowing users to change their embarrassing PlayStation IDs, and here’s how you can do it.
Dead Cells is getting all-new DLC, and developer Motion Twin dropped a new trailer to get us ready for its March 28, 2019 release!
The free-to-play pay model for video games is proving to be increasingly popular, leaving many to wonder what players can expect in the future. With titles like Fortnite, Apex Legends, Smite, and Warf...
Weezer is promoting their new album with a new Fortnite map.
Assassins Creed: Odyssey fans aren’t too happy with some changes brought by the latest patch.
Halo Infinite will be a "spiritual reboot," according to 343 Industries head Bonnie Ross.
Nintendo dropped a bombshell on Switch users with the announcement of a remastered version The Legend Of Zelda Link’s Awakening at a recent direct. While the response from the fanbase was mixed, we ca...
One fan of Fallout 76 has been banned after logging 900 hours because Bethesda thought he was cheating.
After sending a Nintendo Switch to be repaired, one gamer says they only got the charger back.
Valve is retiring the section of Steam that deals with non-video game video purchases in what was an unexpected move to many.